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Exploring Life Through Science (Levels I – IV)

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Exploring Life Through Science (Levels I – IV)

Exploring Life Through Science series repackages the teaching of science into real-life scenarios. Each book is tailored to make learning fun and easy for Filipino students.

Author/s:
Integrated Science: Josefina Ma. Ferriols-Pavico and Genevieve Darvin-Faraon
Biology: John Donnie A. Ramos and Anna Cherylle Morales-Ramos
Chemistry: Aristea V. Bayquen
Physics: Angelina A. Silverio
Series Coordinator: Gloria de Castro-Bernas, PhD

Level/s: High School

In tune with the times… In touch with reality…

  • Aims to bring the world into the classroom through technology-based activities
  • Creates the hub for lifelong learning
  • Provides the connectivity at the interface of the different branches of natural science
  • Attempts to facilitate the processing of the information overload that besets our students today

Features of the Series

  • A Closer Look focuses on the scientific basis of real-life scenarios
  • Concepts in a Box visualizes scientific concepts through graphical presentations
  • Take Home Task challenges students to develop investigative and research skills
  • Science Bit supplements learning through information of human interest
  • Everyday Science relates the topic to everyday life
  • e-Science expands classroom learning through curriculum-based Internet resources
  • Test Yourself tests students’ comprehension and analytical skills and assesses their progress
  • Filipino Scientist in Focus inspires students to do better in science
  • Pillar of Science features major contributors in the different fields of science

The Textbook introduces the basic concepts and principles of life, earth, and physical sciences. Concepts are presented in concise and friendly format that motivates students to read and think critically as they build science content knowledge. It also places the study of science in a meaningful, interdisciplinary context in which students can see the role that science plays in everyday life.

The Laboratory Manual activities add dimension as students see science come to life through hands-on experiments while practicing science methodology. Students perform experiments and investigations so they learn science by doing science.

The Teachers Guide provides suggested teaching strategies and practical teaching tips with emphasis on ways to motivate students. Each teachers guide includes: activities for groups and individuals that reteach, reinforce, and enrich; background information; answers to assessment questions; chapter test databank; and media integration.

The Investigatory Project guides students in coming up with a well-planned scientific output by the end of the school year. It provides opportunities for students to become young scientists as they explore their environment while applying concepts in science.

The Teachers Resource CD is a compilation of teaching resources.

Textbook Copyright:

Integrated Science: 2012

Biology: 2012

Chemistry: 2012

Physics: 2012

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Exploring Life Through Science (K to 12 Edition)

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Exploring Life Through Science (K to 12 Edition)

Exploring Life Through Science K to 12 Edition focuses on climate change and practical science. It has features that make learning and teaching resource truly relevant.

Author/s:
Series Author-Coordinator: John Donnie A. Ramos
Grade 7: Josefina Ma. Ferriols-Pavico, Genevieve Darvin-Faraon, Anna Cherylle Morales-Ramos, Aristea V. Bayquen, and Angelina A. Silverio
Grades 8, 9, and 10: Josefina Ma. Ferriols-Pavico, Anna Cherylle Morales-Ramos, Aristea V. Bayquen, and Angelina A. Silverio

Level/s: 7, 8, 9, and 10

Features:

  • Concepts in a Box– shows a graphical representation of topics visualized in a concept map
  • Values– summarizes expected values to be developed in students
  • A Closer Look– introduces real-life scenarios and asks teaser questions to jumpstart chapter discussions
  • Proudly Filipino– highlights outstanding Filipino scientists to inspire students
  • My Future in Science–features professions in the sciences to encourage students to pursue similar or related careers
  • LOL (Love of Lab)– challenges students to develop investigative and research skills
  • Sci Bit– supplements learning through information of human interest
  • Practical Science– gives examples of applications of science concepts in everyday life
  • Pillar of Science– features pioneer scientists in the different fields of science
  • Science Patrol– highlights breaking news in the sciences
  • Science Connections– focuses on a multidisciplinary scientific approach to solve human problems
  • A Closer Look Explained– explains the science behind a teaser question in the “A Closer Look”
  • Chapter Recap– recapitulates major concepts learned
  • WWW (World of Wonders on the Web)– expands classroom learning through curriculum-based Internet resources
  • Test Yourself– assesses the progress of students by testing their analytical and comprehension skills

Textbook Copyright:

Grade 7: 2013

Grade 8: 2013

Grade 9: 2014

Grade 10: 2015

 

Second Edition:

Grade 7: 2017

Grade 8: 2017

Grade 9: 2018

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Phoenix Science Series

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Phoenix Science Series

Phoenix Science Series is an outstanding line of high school textbooks, laboratory manuals, and teachers guides that provide the most recent developments in science and technology. The series is designed to meet the needs of students and teachers for a simplified yet comprehensive study of the sciences.

Author/s:
Integrated Science: strella E. Mendoza, Maria B. Reyes, and Maria Donna B. Ines
Biology: Carmelita M. Capco
Chemistry: Hilda Ropelos Hagad; Project Director: Sr. Mercedes E. Salud, SFIC
Physics: Delia Cordero-Navaza and Bienvenido J. Valdes
Series Coordinator: Darwin Z. Palima and Maria Donna B. Ines

Level/s: High School

Integrated Science builds up science concepts introduced in grade school level with activities and exercises that make science learning fun while weaving together earth science, biology, chemistry, and physics.

Biology discusses recent studies on AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases; plant, animal, and human cloning; genetically modified organisms and food crops; and a host of modern topics and discoveries.

Chemistry focuses on new energy on teaching the basic principles of chemistry and thoroughly explores the quintessential knowledge required for future study and achievements.

Physics emphasizes the role of energy in the societal and human development and introduces technological innovations and findings that will pave the way to the future of mankind.

 

The Textbook complies with the Restructured Basic Education Curriculum prescribed by the Department of Education (DepEd) in 2002. The textbook highlights the following:

  • Clarity of discussion that will make students appreciate the sciences more
  • Chapter openers that will guide both students and teachers in the flow of lessons in every chapter
  • Chapter enders to help students evaluate their own performance
  • Cyber Trip that will get the readers website-hopping for related topics and discussions

The Laboratory Manual includes activities and exercises that will support classroom discussion, simulate actual processes as they happen in nature, and provide practical applications of concepts and theories learned in the classroom.

The Teachers Guide provides direction in enhancing the teaching-learning process. It contains simple and practical student-centered activities that produce effective learning.

The Syllabus for each year level presents a course road map that will direct the flow of learning. It describes how the teacher will carry out the teaching-learning process.

Textbook Copyright:

Integrated Science: 2003

Biology: 2003

Chemistry: 2003

Physics: 2004

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You and the Natural World Series (Levels I – IV)

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You and the Natural World Series (Levels I – IV)

The third edition of You and the Natural World series is the product of a five‑year collaboration between its authors and its users. Thus, teachers and students alike are assured of its comprehensiveness, relevance, and readability.

Author/s:
Integrated Science: Lilia G. Vengco and Teresita F. Religioso
Biology: Carmelita M. Capco and Gilbert C. Yang
Chemistry: Estrella E. Mendoza and Teresita F. Religioso
Physics: Delia Cordero-Navaza and Bienvenido J. Valdes
Series Coordinator: Melecio C. Deauna

Level/s: High School

Helps students unravel the marvels of science and discern its applications and implications to modern society!

The third edition substantially integrates additional topics and timely issues with the basic principles of the different branches of science.

  • Integrated Science systematically presents basic discussions of matter, motion, force, work, and energy. It highlights the importance of recycling and conservation of natural resources.
  • Biology accompanies students in their bid toward a more meaningful understanding of the science of life. The inclusion of issues with moral and social implications intends to encourage lively discourses in class.
  • Chemistry probes into the nature of matter and the problem of pollution. It includes a new chapter on molecular mechanisms underlying biological complexity.
  • Physics extends beyond the fundamentals of matter and energy. It also discusses radio and television communication, noise pollution, and basic electronics.

The Textbook follows the minimum learning competencies prescribed by DepEd. It also answers the universal call for environmental awareness.

The Laboratory Manual supplements the knowledge acquired from the textbook; puts into practice the scientific methods; imbues scientific attitudes in the students; and serves as gauge of students’ comprehension of the scientific principles taught.

The Teachers Guide presents clear- cut objectives and background information which may prove very useful to all science teachers. It emphasizes the need to inject values in each lesson.

Textbook Copyright:

Integrated Science: 2011

Biology: 2011

Chemistry: 2011

Physics: 2011

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You and the Natural World Series (K to 12 Edition)

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You and the Natural World Series (K to 12 Edition)

Designed to develop and polish your students’ science skills using an array of relevant activities, appropriate instructional tools, tested science concepts, and variety of assessment tools that will check student understanding.

Author/s:
Grade 7: Lilia G. Vengco, Teresita F. Religioso, and Delia Cordero-Navaza
Grades 8, 9, and 10: Genevieve Darvin-Faraon, Lilia G. Vengco, Teresita F. Religioso, and Delia Cordero-Navaza

Level/s: 7, 8, 9, and 10

Features of the Series:

  • Aligned with the K to 12 curriculum
  • Highlights the development of “habits of the mind” (i.e., science process skills and scientific values/attitudes and metacognitive skills)
  • Gives opportunities for the students to show their “visible thinking” through judicious use of graphic organizers
  • Uses varied, engaging, and inquiry-based/open-ended activities to cater to the different intelligence and learning styles of the students
  • Presents science from societal context by citing relevant issues and concerns like pollution and health hazards
  • Includes alternative assessment tool

 

  • The Natural World– features events in nature that translate the scientific theories and concepts learned by the students into concrete examples
  • Holistic Map/Concept Map– provides a bird’s eye-view of the important and related contents covered by the unit or chapter
  • Check Your Understanding– brief review questions that prompt students to think and recall what they have just learned and help teachers assess how much the students are learning
  • Big Idea– the cone or central idea of the chapter that gives meaning to the concepts
  • Summary– lists the most important concepts in the chapter
  • Test Your Understanding– These are questions that are correlated to learning objectives to pinpoint what students are learning.

Textbook Copyright:

Grade 7: 2016

Grade 8: 2016

Grade 9: 2014

Grade 10: 2015

 

Second Edition:

Grade 7: 2017

Grade 8: 2017

Grade 9: 2018

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Phoenix Next Century Science

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Phoenix Next Century Science

The Phoenix Next Century Science series is developed to guide the students as they travel into the world of science. It is very easy to read and is user-friendly. Concepts are explained with many relevant pictures and useful examples. Diagrams, graphs, and tables were utilized to aid in understanding the text.

Author/s:
Integrated Science: Joseph Villasana Gutierrez, Hilda Ropelos Hagad, and Susana Barzabal dela Cruz; Project Director: Sr. Mercedes E. Salud, SFIC
Biology: Susana Barzabal dela Cruz; Project Director: Sr. Mercedes E. Salud, SFIC
Chemistry: Hilda Ropelos Hagad; Project Director: Sr. Mercedes E. Salud, SFIC
Physics: Gary B. Coronado and Maria Carmela A. Boncodin

Level/s: High School

As the series conforms to the 2002 Basic Education Curriculum (BEC) by the Department of Education (DepEd), it also includes the following special features:

  • Each chapter begins with a quotation that serves as a food for thought which the students can reflect on.
  • Behavioral objectives are listed in each chapter opener to identify the expected learning outcomes of the students.
  • A list of values that can be integrated in the discussion of concepts are identified in the beginning of each chapter.
  • Contains additional scientific facts and figures (trivias) that will enrich the students’ knowledge of the sciences
  • Highlights various scientists, the latest news and discoveries or inventions in biology and chemistry, and applications of biological and chemical principles
  • A clear and accurate summary of the key concepts and ideas that students have learned

 

Each textbook is accompanied by a laboratory manual, a teachers guide, and a syllabus.

  • The Laboratory Manual will further enrich the knowledge of biology and chemistry through classical and practical activities which both the teacher and the students will enjoy performing.
  • The Teachers Guide features teaching strategies and styles that will make both the teacher and the students enjoy in learning the sciences. It also contains subject integration and lesson development which emphasize cooperative learning and active participation of students.
  • The year-level Syllabus briefly states the main points of the course—topic coverage, time frame, materials and resources, strategies, and evaluation tools. It is designed to give teachers the opportunity to bring out their talents and strengths.

Textbook Copyright:

Integrated Science: 2005

Biology: 2003

Chemistry: 2003

Physics: 2006

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Dynamic Physics

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Dynamic Physics

Fully revised and enriched with the latest breakthroughs in physics instruction, the book broadens the students’ knowledge of fundamental physics concepts. It enables the students to grasp concepts better through a rich assortment of applications of scientific theories. The third edition makes for a better physics course for teachers and students alike.

Author/s:
Jose F. Asperilla

Level/s: High School

  • Teaches the application of the laws and principles in physics in actual life situations!

    • Problems were recast for greater clarity and categorized into A and B depending on their difficulty.
    • There is a more extensive discussion of the law of conservation of momentum.
    • Lessons on space travels—motions of satellites and spacecraft— are used as excellent applications of the law of gravity.
    • A section on laser development and technology is included.
    • The metric system is used throughout.

Textbook Copyright:

1990

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Introduction to Astronomy

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Introduction to Astronomy

Introduction to Astronomy is specially made for high school and college students. It discusses past and present astronomical concepts and ideas, and synthesizes both to present a perspective of the once seemingly intangible universe.

Author/s:
Vivencio N. Abastillas, Jr.

Level/s: High School

  • It gives readers an edge in the space age.
  • Takes the readers to a much higher level of understanding of their world and outer space
  • Supplies a review of terms, equations, famous persons, theories, and other details worth noting to help students zero in on the more important facts incorporated in each chapter
  • Presents the students with basic concepts in physics, algebra, and geometry that are applicable to astronomy
  • Suggests activities that give readers a feel of an astronomer’s job but only require from them a keen sense of observation and a grasp of the pertinent formulas

Textbook Copyright:

1996

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